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From: "Leana Randall" <>
Subject: Re: Judith of Lens
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 18:44:06 -0800
Spencer. please quit whipping the dead horse. He already explained the why
and how of it and I never did see where there were "snide" remarks. I'm
tired of skimming through your replies to find substantial information and
only finding agrumentations.
>1. You've not dealt with any of the substantive issues I've raised
>concerning your snide remarks about Colonel Charles Hansen and his
>genealogical work, because you have no defense.
>2. Lose the peek-a-boo writing style. For a twelve-year-old girl it
>works --- not for a grown man.
>3. Quit bad-mouthing other genealogists like Colonel Hansen and
>backing and filling on substantive issues with Paul Reed such as the
>proper translation of the Latin 'amicus' --- you looked like a total
>charlatan in that exchange.
>D. Spencer Hines
>Lux et Veritas
>D. Spencer Hines --- Sir Robert De Lesseps: "She is a beauty, my lord,
>as would take a king to church for a dowry of a nutmeg."; Lord Wessex:
>"My plantations in Virginia are not mortgaged for a nutmeg. I have an
>ancient name that will bring you preferment when your grandson is a
>Wessex. Is she fertile?; Sir Robert: "She will breed. If she do not,
>send her back."; Lord Wessex: "Is she obedient?; Sir Robert: "As any
>mule in Christendom. But if you are the man to ride her, there are
>rubies in the saddlebag."; Lord Wessex: "I like her" --- "Shakespeare
>In Love" ; Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard; p. 42.
>Dcrdcr4 <> wrote in message
>> Spencer: Your post doesn't even vaguely resemble anything involved
>> matter on which I posted. If you are unable to stay on topic,
>> from commenting. I also recommend you see a therapist. The
>> display in twisting words out of context is unnatural. The board is
>> place to resolve your personal issues. I feel sorry for you. Best
>> Douglas Richardson
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